I’ve got a super quick wellness booster for you – it takes some practice, just like building muscle at the gym, but once you get this locked in, making healthy choices becomes a lot easier.
Knowing how to listen to your body is one of the best things you can do for yourself, plus it’s free and you can start right now. Count me in!
Self care doesn’t always look like bubble baths or luxurious facials.
It also includes conscious daily choices, like doing the less exciting and sometimes messy tasks, that result in more balance and harmony in your life.
All month I’ve been sharing some of my best healthy holiday survival tips for balancing your mind and your body on Facebook, Facebook Live, Instagram and in my newsletter. I’ve heard from many of you that these tips have been truly useful, and you find this time of year hectic in more ways than one.
The irony about this very blog post is that I started writing it for you on the 1st of December, and here we are more than 2 weeks later, and I’m finishing it for you. 🤦🏽♀️ Needless to say, I know well and truly exactly how you might be feeling right now.
Since I know that we are all pressed for time, we’re going to focus on the single topic of a healthy MINDSET around food – how to stay sane, feel calm, and make empowered choices through the celebrations.
Before we dive into the delightful video interview I had with Mickey and Angie below, let me start by saying you do not even need to have an autoimmune disease to benefit from this book.
I feel that anyone wanting to increase their energy, cognitive function, digestion and overall wellbeing would easily find enough nuggets of wisdom within these pages to help take their health to the next level.
I still remember it like it was yesterday. The heart flutters of the unknown, the jet-lag, the feeling of lightness, a new beginning. It seems so long ago, yet at the same time, not at all.
5 years ago I stepped off a plane in Australia with no plan other than to try something new.
Where would I stay? For how long would I stay? How would I manage through the blazing hot Queensland summer soon approaching?
This wasn’t a flippant decision, not to have a plan.
The better part of the decade past had been spent first journeying through some difficult health challenges, along with an unhappy marriage, which ultimately lead to divorce. Accompanied by study and training of these holistic health practices, that I’d come to know and love so much, as my own wellbeing continued to improve. So after those years of trying, doing, fixing, learning and implementing, I was craving a different approach.
So I embarked on my journey, with no set plan, no “must happens”, just calm acceptance.
I’d come a long way over the years.
When you’re suffering, or feeling stuck in life, it’s so easy to grasp for the answers. All the answers. All the practical advice. The solutions, the supplements, the diet, the guru — we ask: what will fix my suffering and what will fix it right now?